Pet Armor Plus
Posted 31 May 2011 - 05:50 PM
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Posted 31 May 2011 - 06:47 PM
Posted 01 June 2011 - 09:09 AM
The issue for me is what is the inactive/inert/'spreading agent' in these products? That's what I can't find out even searching the MSDS sheets--and that may or may not make them as effective as the branded product.
PetArmor is put out by FidoPharm, supposedly exclusive to Walmart and Sam's Clubs; and Sargeant's/Sentry says this about their products: FiproGuard™ Plus is available through pet specialty retailers, including PetSmart, PETCO, Pet Supplies Plus and independent pet retailers. For more information, visit sentrypetcare.com. Pronyl OTC™ Plus is available in grocery stores, drug stores and at mass retailers. For more information, visit sergeants.com.
I'm just very, very cautious with these companies with their histories--but it is possible that with Frontline going off patent now, these companies are using even the same 'spreading agent'.
If you're a Facebook user, I've seen it mentioned that you can "like" Pet Armor on their Facebook page and print 2 coupons for $2 off, if you want to save more--coupons are supposedly good for 60 days.
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